News Tagged With: bus-stop-improvements
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November 25, 2013

Illinois transit to make bus stops more accessible

Springfield MTD is beginning work to make 14 bus stops more accessible to people in wheelchairs. All of the stops will be equipped with a concrete pad and a shelter.


May 6, 2013

Central Ohio transit removing campus stops

Will remove 71 bus stops, including three close to Ohio State University. The move is part of the agency’s Bus Stop Service Improvement Project. The project evaluated COTA bus stops and the spacing between them to improve efficiency.


September 6, 2012

TTC to upgrade bus stop info

In an effort to improve customer service, the Toronto Transit Commission will upgrade its bus stops, testing new designs for bus stop poles and the maps in its shelters.


June 25, 2012

Capital District installs video cameras at bus stops

This program further enhances safety at the agency's BRT stations with LED lighting and routine monitoring from supervisors. The cameras aid in protecting and reassuring customer safety by reducing vandalism and other potential criminal activity.


March 7, 2012

Cap Metro completes tech savvy bus stop sign install

Capital Metro is also implementing tobacco-free bus stops, a continuation of its emphasis on creating healthier transit facilities. The passenger boarding areas of Capital Metro’s park & rides and MetroRail stations are already designated tobacco-free.


November 17, 2009

D.C. Metro to revamp bus stops

Proposed designs include designated locations for passengers to enter or exit the bus; accessible pathways for customers who use wheelchairs; new signs, maps and schedules; and seating and shelters.


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